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As of this Tuesday (August 6th) the South Korean city of Gumi’s transit system will see the addition of two electric buses that draw their power from the road. It’s the latest step in the development of the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology's (KAIST's) Online Electric Vehicle (OLEV) system, in which electric cables embedded in the asphalt provide power to vehicles traveling on its surface.
Originally posted by Wrabbit2000
reply to post by Kali74
You know how much I hate being the pit in the peach on things...but... Well, I hope South Korea gets a handle on their Nuclear Power cartels. I don't know which is worse, quite frankly? Perhaps they're both (Fossil and Nuclear) about equally evil in their own ways for potential to doom through human corruption?
Originally posted by Kali74
reply to post by dominicus
That's kind of what happens when the fossil fuel cartels buy politicians on both sides of the aisle to lie about and sabotage any source of energy that means getting away from them.